We elucidate the present status and prospects of fusion reactors which are considered to be ultimate energy source. Issues and engineering approaches to plasma confinement schemes for fusion reaction control, first walls, blanket, materials, and engineering concerning fusion reactor design are lectured.
To understand the engineering issues to realize fusion reactors by obtaining knowledge about nuclear fusion reactions, plasmas, cooling, fusion materials, etc.
nuclear fusion, plasma, magnetic confinement, tokamak, helical devices, blanket, neutron irradiation, cooling, fusion materials, super conducting magnet, plasma heating, plasma diagnostics
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectured are given by four professors.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Fusion reaction|
|Class 2||Fundamental prpperties of plasmas|
|Class 3||MHD equations and MHD equilibrium|
|Class 4||MHD instabiliites|
|Class 5||History of research for magnetic confinement and tokamak devices|
|Class 6||Plasma heating and current drive, plasma diagnostics and superconducting magnets|
|Class 7||Experimental fusion reactor ITER|
|Class 8||Coexistence of cooling and structure materials in intense heat environment|
|Class 9||ITER test blanket modules and liquid metal cooling MHD|
|Class 10||Current status and issues of fusion materials under severe condition (1)|
|Class 11||Current status and issues of fusion materials under severe condition (2)|
|Class 12||Design of fusion reactors|
|Class 13||Tokamak prototype fusion reactors|
|Class 14||Helical type fusion devices|
|Class 15||Inertia confinement fusion|
Nothing in particular, but some handouts and/or slide prints are distributed.
Wston M. Stacey,""Fusion"", Wiley Interscience
Reports the themes of which are given during lectures.